City of Omaha Public Notices
City of Omaha Public Notices 
CITY PUBLIC NOTICES 3/30/17  03/31/17 1:04:35 PM

 

“NOTICE TO PUBLIC”

The following Ordinance has been set for City Council Hearing on April 18, 2017, at 2:00 p.m. in the Legislative Chambers, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, at which hearing all persons interested may be heard:

AN ORDINANCE to create Street Improvement District No. 6882, in the City of Omaha, for the purpose of improving South 79th Street, from Shirley Street north to Woolworth Avenue, and Shirley Street, from South 78th Street to South 79th Street by grading, curbing and paving in portland cement concrete; to fix and define the boundaries of said district; to provide for the determination and assessment of damages, if any, occasioned by reason of change of grade; to authorize the Public Works Department, barring protest to the contrary in accordance with OMC 26-65, to complete the associated improvement project; and, to provide for an effective date hereof.

BUSTER BROWN,

City Clerk

 

3-30-16

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“NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE MUSE AT CREIGHTON UNIVERSITY TAX INCREMENT FINANCING (TIF) REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT PLAN”

Notice is hereby given that the Omaha City Council has set Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. as the date of Public Hearing on the Resolution approving the Muse at Creighton University Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Redevelopment Project Plan.

The Project, located northeast of 20th and Izard Streets, proposes a newly constructed, 4-story, approximately 195,440 square foot multi-family, student housing structure consisting of approximately 239 units and approximately 5,000 square feet of commercial space, possibly for start-ups. The units will be furnished and will include washers and dryers; each bedroom will have its own bathroom. The project will include 192 surface parking spaces and 86 on-street parking spaces for a total of 278 parking stalls. The project is a "lease by the bed" type project. A market study conducted by CBRE for the development team gives a favorable outlook for this type of project. The North Omaha Village Revitalization Plan, approved in July 2011, envisions this area transforming from an industrial use into a mixed-use area with high density residential developments.

The Planning Board recommended the approval of this Redevelopment Project Plan at the March 1, 2017 public hearing.

The Redevelopment Project Plan recommends the City's participation in the redevelopment of this project site through the allocation of TIF in an amount up to $5,406,684.00. TIF will be used to offset eligible expenses for a portion of the acquisition cost, architectural and engineering fees, site work, environmental costs and public improvements as required. The total estimated project costs are $30,584,400.00, but are subject to change as final costs come in.

A copy of said plan is available for public inspection in the City Clerk's Office.

The Public Hearing will be held before the City Council of the City of Omaha on April 18, 2017, in the Legislative Chambers, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska.

BUSTER BROWN,

City Clerk

ALL REQUESTS FOR SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS (SIGNERS) WILL REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 48 HOURS ADVANCE NOTICE.

IF ALTERNATIVE FORMATS ARE NEEDED, REQUESTS WILL REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 72 HOURS ADVANCE NOTICE.

PLEASE NOTIFY SANDRA L. MOSES, (402) 444-5552, IF ARRANGEMENTS NEED TO BE MADE.

 

3-30&4-6-17

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“NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE OMAHA-COUNCIL BLUFFS CONSORTIUM CONSOLIDATED SUBMISSION FOR COMMUNITY PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS ACTION PLAN FOR 2017”

Notice is hereby given that the Omaha City Council has set Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. as the date of Public Hearing on the Resolution approving the Omaha-Council Bluffs Consortium Consolidated Submission for Community Planning and Development Programs Action Plan for 2017.

The Fiscal Year 2017 Action Plan establishes the budget allocations for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG), and the HOME Investment Partnerships (HOME) grant programs. The Consolidated Plan describes the activities the City will undertake using 2017 funding to address the priority community needs using approaches described in the Five-Year Strategy. Submission of the Action Plan serves as an application for 2017 federal funds for CDBG, HOME and ESG programs.

The Action Plan was developed in consultation with representatives of lower-income neighborhoods, non-profit and for-profit housing developers and consultants, lenders, social service agencies, homeless shelters and service providers, and other units of local government. Participation from all sectors and at all levels is critical to the effectiveness of the Plan and to the development of viable partnerships between the public and private sectors. The Fiscal Year 2016 Action Plan addresses the community development priorities identified through this participatory process.

The principal features of the Fiscal Year 2017 Action Plan include:

• rehabilitation of 61 owner-occupied houses,

• creation of 100 affordable housing opportunities for renters and owners,

800 home improvements and emergency repairs for elderly, disabled and very low-income

households,

• demolition of 20 deteriorated single-family homes and creating eventual sites for

construction of affordable housing,

creation of 35 jobs available for low--income persons,

rehabilitation and home ownership counseling for 300 low-income households,

support for the operations of area emergency shelters for the homeless, and

• financial assistance for employment program for 14-21 year olds working for

private businesses and organizations.

The Omaha City Planning Board approved the action plan on December 7, 2016.

A copy of said plan is available for public inspection in the City Clerk's Office.

The Public Hearing will be held before the City Council of the City of Omaha on April 18, 2017, in the Legislative Chambers, Omaha/Douglas Civic Center, 1819 Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska.

BUSTER BROWN,

City Clerk

ALL REQUESTS FOR SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS (SIGNERS) WILL REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 48 HOURS ADVANCE NOTICE.

IF ALTERNATIVE FORMATS ARE NEEDED, REQUESTS WILL REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 72 HOURS ADVANCE NOTICE.

PLEASE NOTIFY SANDRA MOSES, (402) 444-5552, IF ARRANGEMENTS NEED TO BE MADE.

 

3-30&4-6-17

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AGENDA
PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
APPEALS BOARD
THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 2017
1:30 P.M.
3RD FLOOR – JESSE LOWE
CONFERENCE ROOM
OMAHA/DOUGLAS CIVIC CENTER – 1819 FARNAM STREET
Appeal Notice of Property Violation dated September 27, 2016; 5123 South 19th Street
Appeal Notice of Property Violation –  Extension dated January 24, 2017; 3820 South 26th Street
Appeal Violation Compliance Extension dated July 9, 2015; 1508 Washington Street
Appeal Notice of Property Violation – Extension dated December 21, 2016; 3223 Q Street
Appeal Notice of Violation – Re-inspect dated August 24, 2015; 2615 North 71st Street
Appeal Notice of Property Violation –  Extension dated February 1, 2017; 13303 Potwin Street
NOTE:  All requests for sign language interpreters (signers) will require a minimum of 48 hours advance notice.  If necessary, contact the Board Secretary at (402) 444-5150 x2061.
 
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